Extension & Outreach Documents

Agricultural Employer Checklist

Updated September 2007

Checklist with basic information on what every agricultural employer needs to know about hiring employees, procedures to follow, forms to fill out, taxes to deduct and to pay; includes phone numbers and websites where to get more information, publications, and forms; also helpful for employees who want to know more about employment paperwork and where to get further information (2 pages)

 

(Available as 2-pages PDF for printing)

 

MSU Extension Bulletin E2966 Labor Laws and Michigan Agriculture

Completely revised June 2006

Labor laws and regulations for Michigan agricultural operations (12 pages).

Every agricultural employer and every farm worker should know about labor laws and regulations as they apply to agricultural employment. The PDF version is available for free; printed copies may be ordered at the MSUE Extension Web site (www.emdc.msue.msu.edu) for $3 per bulletin.

 

Newsletter ďAgricultural Labor Issues in MichiganĒ
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Vera Bitsch

N55: Newsletter 9(4), December 2010, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Fall 2010

N54: Newsletter 9(3), August 2010, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Summer 2010

N53: Newsletter 9(2), May 2010, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Spring 2010

N52: Newsletter 9(1), February 2010, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Winter 2010

N51: Newsletter 8(10), December 2009, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Fall 2009

N50: Newsletter 8(9), October 2009, The Undocumented Population and their Workforce Participation in the U.S.

N49: Newsletter 8(8), September 2009, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Summer 2009

N48: Newsletter 8(7), July 2009, Agricultural Wages in Michigan 1997-2008

N47: Newsletter 8(6), June 2009, Farm Labor Expenses by Agricultural Industry Group in Michigan

N46: Newsletter 8(5), May 2009, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Spring 2009

N45: Newsletter 8(4), April 2009, I-9 Form Revision Requires Unexpired Documents

N44: Newsletter 8(3), March 2009, Michiganís Agricultural Production and Farm Labor Expenses

N43: Newsletter 8(2), February 2009, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Winter 2009

N42: Newsletter 8(1), January 2009, Americans with Disability Act Amendments

N41: Newsletter 7(12), December 2008, MI Task Force on Employee Misclassification

N40: Newsletter 7(11), November 2008, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Fall 2008

N39: Newsletter 7(10), October 2008, E-Verify

N38: Newsletter 7(9), September 2008, Employee Dismissal

N37: Newsletter 7(8), August 2008, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Summer 2008

N36: Newsletter 7(7), July 2008, Agricultural Field Sanitation Requirements in Michigan

N35: Newsletter 7(6), June 2008, Update of MI Driverís License Requirements

N34: Newsletter 7(5), May 2008, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Spring 2008

N33: Newsletter 7(4), April 2008, Civil Rights and the Hiring Process

N32: Newsletter 7(3), March 2008, Department of Homeland Security Plans I-9 Audits in 2008

N31: Newsletter 7(2), February 2008, U.S. Agricultural Labor Statistics for Winter 2008

 

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TelFarm

MSU Telfarm

Information materials; assistance in financial management, computer programs for record keeping and payroll for a fee

 

MAES

Home of Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station with the latest news on research done by MAES faculty and staff

 

 

Last updated December 3, 2010

 

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